27 Mar

Baltic Aviation Academy keeps its promise to raise the line training opportunities

Aviation training centre, Baltic Aviation Academy, located in Vilnius, Lithuania has been continuously increasing the number of line training positions for the Airbus A320 and Boeing 737 Classic type rating students. Compared to the first quarter of the previous year, in 2014 Baltic Aviation Academy has increased student line training by 30%.

Baltic Aviation Academy has been fostering the relationship with a number of Europe’s finest airlines in order to be able to offer them the most skilled and promising pilots for line training and possible employment opportunities and in that sense creating a mutual benefit for the student pilots and airlines that are looking for young professionals. During the first three months of 2014, Airbus A320 and Boeing 737 Classic students received 500 hour line training with Baltic Aviation Academy partners. For the upcoming nine months, Baltic Aviation Academy has ambitions to keep the same or increase the percentage of line training offers.

‘Last year we set a goal to focus on being able to offer more line training possibilities for Baltic Aviation Academy students. Such opportunities, a lot of times grow into the job offers, and we are both proud and glad, to see our students living their dream – becoming a professional flying pilot’, commented Eglė Vaitkevičiūtė, CEO at Baltic Aviation Academy.

Baltic Aviation Academy offers Ab Initio, Type Rating pilot training and many more aviation training solutions. In 2013 it gained EASA ATO status. Moreover, course completion certificates issued by Baltic Aviation Academy are valid in: European Union countries, Brazil, China, Philippines, Indonesia, Nigeria, Belarus, Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Bulgaria.